Join the live discussion in the chat! Click here! LIVE from Manchester, England! 8PM EST. Following Seth Rollins' injury in Dublin, Facebook announced that COO Triple H will be addressing the situation surrounding the WWE World Heavyweight Title at the start of Raw. What did The Game have to say Plus, The Wyatt Family has been gathering strength in recent months, but after evidently ensnaring the very souls of The Undertaker and Kane, Bray Wyatt is more powerful than anyone could ever imagine. What do The Eater of Worlds’ new abilities — siphoned from The Brothers of Destruction — mean for Raw in Manchester, U.K.? WWE.com has some ideas. Two nights after the anticipated WWE World Heavyweight Championship clash between Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins was made official for Survivor Series, The Architect tore his right ACL, MCL and medial meniscus and, as first reported by ESPN, Rollins will be out of action for six to nine months. As a result, a tournament will be held at Survivor Series to crown a new WWE World Heavyweight Champion at Survivor Series. But so many questions remain. Who will compete for the illustrious prize? Will Roman Reigns, who earned the right to challenge Rollins two weeks ago on Raw, once again claw his way to the title that has eluded him since WrestleMania? Facebook has reported that COO Triple H will be addressing the situation when Raw comes to the U.K tonight. Is The Game on hand to simply reveal the participants of the tournament? Or does he have something else in mind? The Undertaker and Kane are two of the most powerful Superstars of all time, and now Bray Wyatt has added their strength to his own. Claiming to have taken possession of The Brothers of Destruction’s immortal souls, Wyatt put his new abilities on full display last week on Raw in a chilling show of force. The Wyatt Family continued its dominance on SmackDown by completely destroying The Lucha Dragons and The Prime Time Players in a Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match, and now The New Face of Fear turns his sinister gaze to Raw in Manchester. What havoc awaits in the U.K.? One thing is certain: The buzzards will be circling. In an exclusive interview with Michael Cole, Jimmy & Jey Uso affirmed that their time “is only beginning,” and that their sights are set squarely on The New Day’s WWE Tag Team Championship. Kofi Kingston, Big E & Xavier Woods have flourished since Jey Uso’s injury, twice capturing the tandem titles in the twins’ absence. Now, after defeating The New Day in last Monday night’s 5-on-5 Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match and soundly defeating The Ascension on SmackDown, it’s unicorn season for The Usos. As for The New Day, the fun and games (and trombone solos) might be coming to an end sooner than later. Since making his WWE debut, Tyler Breeze has made a habit of humiliating Dolph Ziggler, but last Monday night was far and away his greatest insult yet. After costing Ziggler his match against Intercontinental Champion Kevin Owens with an intentionally ill-timed selfie, Prince Pretty laid out The Showoff with a Beauty Shot and posed with Summer Rae over Ziggler’s prone body for yet another snide snapshot. Will Ziggler get some much-needed retribution against The Sultan of Selfies? Or will Breeze’s narcissistic rampage continue, streamed in real-time via Facebook Mentions? After winning a Fatal 4-Way Match on Raw, earning the right to challenge Charlotte for the Divas Championship at Survivor Series, Paige told Tom Phillips during a WWE.com exclusive that “Charlotte tries way too hard to be the nice girl, and it’s infuriating” before accusing the second-generation Diva of living off the career of her father, two-time WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair. How will Charlotte prove her wrong in The Diva of Tomorrow’s native U.K. this week? Don’t miss Raw, emanating from Manchester, U.K., at 8/7 C on USA Network, and be sure to tune in toRaw Pre-Show at 7:30 ET, only on the award-winning WWE Network.